Six Indian startups, shortlisted from nearly 200 applicants, went up on stage in Bangalore to make their pitches to a multi-national panel of investors from Japan, Indonesia, and India.
Snapdeal acquired RupeePower, which will be integrated into Snapdeal’s newly launched financial services marketplace.
TripHobo offers travelers a wide selection of destinations and itineraries, but also tools to customize individual preferences.
This is the second batch of startups to graduate from the US-based retailer’s accelerator program in Bangalore.
Started by one of India’s most successful women entrepreneurs, LimeRoad aims to help Indian women find the sweet spot between traditional beauty and modern looks.
B2X wants to transform the traditional smartphone servicing ecosystem in India with multi-brand customer care centers to handle products from the top manufacturers.
Amazon is now trying something new in India, allowing shoppers to get food and other essentials delivered from nearby convenience stores.
US$100 phones used to be awful. The original Xiaomi Redmi changed that when it appeared in 2013. But can the new Redmi 2 still compete in 2015?
Exchanging money is a hassle in India, with different rates at various banks and dealers. Fxkart aims to remove this hassle with a marketplace for forex dealers.
Initially modelled on Airbnb, OYO Rooms now lists only rooms from budget hotels. From 200 hotels in 10 Indian cities, it wants to expand to 1,000 hotels by the end of the year.
One year after attracting seed funding, the specialist online tea store just got US$6 million led by Accel Partners India.
The new fund, Accel India IV, will invest in very early stage startups and those already in the growth trajectory.
Big developing markets like China and India are ripe with opportunity for Cyanogen, where many users are buying smartphones for the first time and aren’t yet tethered to the Google ecosystem
Taxi apps like Uber and Ola have got us used to the convenience and affordability of shared cars. It no longer feels imperative to own one. But what about furniture? Furlenco lets you rent some.
Money transfers are costly and cumbersome. Asians are the worst affected as the largest share of the world’s remittances comes to India, China, and the Philippines.
It enables startups and other small organizations like schools to accept online payments in a simple, affordable, and secure way.
Uber and the Times of India Group today jointly announced a new partnership that will help the on-demand car service with its roll-out across India.
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